The Stars React To Their Emmy Nominations

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LOS ANGELES, Calif. (July 19, 2007) — The Emmy television nominations are in. Below, Access Hollywood runs down the stars’ reactions.

“I am so thrilled and proud that the TV Academy has honored ‘Ugly Betty’ with 11 nominations this morning. We are all very excited and appreciate being recognized in so many categories. ‘Ugly Betty’ is a project close to my heart and I truly feel grateful that we have been embraced and supported in such a big way.” – Salma Hayek, Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series nominee, “Ugly Betty”

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“It feels good to be nominated always . . . I’m happy that the show did so well with the nominations ‘cause it is the last year and we all get to go out there together one more time and it’s a good way to go out.” – Michael Imperioli, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series nominee, “The Sopranos”

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“We’ve got a lot of attention, I think, just based on the fact the show is pretty different than anything that is out there right now. I think just the title alone from the get-go captivated people to get interested and see what it’s about. … It’s unique television at the moment.” — American Ferrera, Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series nominee, “Ugly Betty”

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“It is a really special day when so many of your cohorts receive a nomination that the idea of carpooling now becomes unrealistic. I tip my hat to our brilliant cast, crew and writers.” – Charlie Sheen, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series nominee, “Two And A Half Men”

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“This is an outrage!” — Tina Fey, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series nominee, “30 Rock”

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“I’m grateful to be nominated.” — Alec Baldwin, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series nominee, “30 Rock”

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“My dad (James Daly) won an Emmy and my sister Tyne won a million Emmys. I’ve always thought of acting as a congenital disease, and getting an Emmy nomination is one of the happy side effects.” – Tim Daly, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series nominee, “The Sopranos”

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“This is a really big moment for me as a comedian. This is like the pinnacle for comics. You want to do an HBO special and you want to get nominated for the show.” – Wanda Sykes, Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Special nominee, “Wanda Sykes: Sick And Tired”

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“It’s certainly a much better way to start my morning than yesterday when I spilled hot tea all over myself. I couldn’t be happier and more thrilled.” — Masi Oka, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series nominee, “Heroes”

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“I didn’t actually sleep too well last night. I won last year and was sort of anticipating it, but you’re never sure. I have to leave in about 20 minutes to do a `Boston Legal’ scene with James Spader, who is also nominated (as best actor in a drama series). It is the best possible way to go to work.” – Christian Clemenson, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series nominee, “Boston Legal”

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“Now that Megan Mullally’s not in the category, I might have a chance. She’s won like 15 of them. Last year I saw I was nominated against her and said, `Oh well, that was fun.”’ – Jamie Pressly, Outstanding Supporting Actress nominee in a Comedy Series, “My Name Is Early”

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“I’m upstate in the Catskills (in New York) and I was with the kids. And I had my little daughter on the dock with the Cinderella fishing pole, showing her how to fish, and I got so excited it flew out of my hand into the water. The next 15 minutes we had to spend fishing it out. … I’ve never been nominated for any Emmy before.” – Marcia Gay Harden, Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series nominee, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”

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“I am so overjoyed! ‘Starter Wife’ was a labor of love for all of us involved and to have it acknowledged in this way, by the Academy, is indescribably gratifying.” – Debra Messing, Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries or Movie nominee, “The Starter Wife”

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“I’m thrilled because my nomination really represents the entire ‘Brothers & Sisters’ family. I couldn’t do the work without the incredible actors I stand across from or the brilliant writing and directing I’ve been given. I really am having the time of my life.” – Sally Field, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series nominee, “Brothers & Sisters”

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“When my partner Shakim Compere and I signed on to produce Life Support, it was a passion project for us, we never imagined it would go so far. It is a really important story and I am so thrilled and honored to receive an Emmy nomination.” – Queen Latifah, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie nominee, “Life Support”

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“This is huge to me. I am beyond excited. I don’t know where to begin. Well, for one, it gives me a good excuse to try high heels again.” – Jenna Fischer, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series nominee, “The Office”

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“My strategy for winning is to sleep with the entire Television Academy, ask my Mom to do ‘The Secret,’ and get Oprah to be my Emmy date.”-- Kathy Griffin, Outstanding Reality Program nominee, “Kathy Griffin: My Life On The D-List”

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“I’m incredibly pleased. This is very gratifying because it is the last season. I’m very happy for the whole history of the program.” – Helen Mirren, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie nominee, “Prime Suspect”

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“I am overwhelmed and grateful. It was all in the writing.” – John Goodman, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series nominee, “Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip”

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